Easy editor for modern listview Column Formatting
Modern listviews support the addition of custom formatting for most field types. This is an awesome feature designed to make custom formatting simpler and less administratively difficult than packaged solutions. Unfortunately, the tooling is still very minimal.
Column Formatter has been designed to give the full power of VS Code editing while providing easy to use templates and wizards all within the browser! The goal is to make writing and applying Column Formatting easier and quicker for both developers and end users.
Column Formatter is a client-side webpart for use within Office 365.
Please see the full documentation to get started!
Used SharePoint Framework Version
- Office 365
|Column Formatter||Chris Kent (thechriskent.com, @thechriskent)|
|1.2||March 22, 2018||See Changelog for details|
|1.1||January 8, 2018||See Changelog for details|
|1.0||December 12, 2017||Initial release|
THIS CODE IS PROVIDED AS IS WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, MERCHANTABILITY, OR NON-INFRINGEMENT.
Minimal Path to Awesome
- Clone this repository
- Move to right solution folder
- in the command line run:
Additional details can be found in the Minimal Path to Awesome project guide.
Full information about how to install and use Column Formatter can be found in the Full Documentation.
Column Formatter was created using SPFx, react, redux, the monaco editor, and several other technologies.
If you'd like to contribute (yes, please!), please see the project guides.